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|% of Homes With Ants||84%|
|% of Homes With Spiders||99%|
|% of Homes With Cockroaches||58%|
|% of Homes With Rodents||68%|
|Avg Monthly Pest Control Cost||$46|
|Avg Termite Inspection Cost||$131|
|Avg Bed Bug Extermination Cost||$2,178|
|Avg Monthly Mosquito Treatment Cost||$71|
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Near Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix, Chandler is home to more than 260,000 Arizonans and a lot of historical and quirky things to see and do.
Founded in 1912 by the territory's first veterinarian surgeon, Dr. Alexander Chandler, the city originated as a town built on Chandler's ranch. It has since become one of the fastest-growing municipalities in the country.
The heart of the city is the historic downtown area. That's where you'll find the Chandler Historical Society and many buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. A few of these include the McCullough-Price House, the Chandler High School, San Marcos Hotel, and the Suhwaro Hotel, all of which were built in the early 20th century.
The Railway Museum carries visitors through the locomotive age. To learn more about the region's architecture and art, the free docent tours at the Chandler Museum are the way to go. Chandler Center for the Arts hosts three theaters and two galleries, presenting an array of artists. The non-profit Vision Gallery assembles 300 regional artists and offers events including kids' classes.
The kids will also love the community waterparks and pools, and floating down the Salt River. While exploring the outdoors, be sure to glimpse 150 species of birds at the Desert Rivers Audubon Society's monthly bird walks for families. Part of the region's premier birding sites, Veterans Oasis Park offers miles of walking and horse trails, a lake, and playgrounds, as well as an Environmental Education Center. Tumbleweed Park offers patrons countless parks, events, and community services. Perhaps the oddest of them all. is the Annual Ostrich Festival. Ostrich feathers were once a hot commodity for plumes worn in women's hats. Over a hundred years later, this piece of history is celebrated through this carnival-like event.
You still have to eat, and Chandler does not disappoint. American Way Market serves up great sandwiches, while Flordino's Pizza & Pasta's gluten-free pizza is a favorite. Abuelo's specializes in Mexican and Southwestern food, and SanTan Brewing Co. combines local cuisine with great beer. And if you'd prefer to eat at home, the Downtown Farmers Market is open year-round.
Situated in the Sonoran Desert, Chandler enjoys 330 days of sunshine each year. We often see the mercury rise into the triple digits. While great for outdoor adventures, this weather is also great for scorpions, cockroaches, termites, and other unpleasant visitors. Let LawnStarter manage your pest issues. Just download the LawnStarter app, enter your ZIP code and we'll set you up with a pro who can take care of the bugs for you. Leave pest control to us so you can manage your social calendar.